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Dina Regine | Right On, Alright

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Right On, Alright

by Dina Regine

A modern twist on a magical time gone by, from the mid 60's-early 70's. These emotionally charged songs reflect Regine's passion for a sound she romanced on her tiny transistor radio as a child, a combination of Rock, Soul, and vintage Country
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1. Gotta Tell You
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2. Dial My Number
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3. Can't Find You Anywhere
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4. Hurt Somebody
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5. Far Gone
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6. Until Tomorrow
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7. Fences
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8. Broken
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9. Right On, Alright
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10. Nothing Here
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11. Wildest Days
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Original, compelling songs written and recorded to pay tribute to the great music of the past, while showcasing Regine’s top-notch songwriting skills... 'Right On, Alright' is surely one of the top 'retro' releases of the year"
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"A super duper awesome album ... check it out" Rust Magazine

Bio
Dina Regine is known by many in New York as a multi-media artist who is quite comfortable wearing more than one hat. As a DJ and musician, she has shared the bill with Jorma Kaukonin, Bill Withers, Elton John, The Beach Boys, Neville Brothers, Tom Waits, and The Dalai Lama. Regine is also a published photographer, and is in the process of putting together a book of her 70s rock photographs and memoirs. The stories of Regine’s teenage years sound like an outtake from Cameron Crowe’s lead character’s life in the movie ‘Almost Famous’. When Regine needed advice, it came from the likes of Ian Hunter, Richie Havens, and Robert Plant, (who bought Dina her first Robert Johnson album). She got to write and play with the legendary Mike Bloomfield, and record with Jimmy Cliff before turning 21. Bruce Springsteen told Regine she should be fronting her own band when she auditioned for him for the Born To Run Tour. Regine took the Boss’s advice, and recently got to thank him for it on his 63rd birthday at the MetLife Stadium show in 2012.

Most of the songs in this collection were written while reading Keith Richards autobiography ‘Life’. A hundred pages into the book, Keith’s enthusiasm was contagious, and the writers block she was sparring with began to fade away. Regine started listening to all the music that Keith listened to in his youth, and the early works of her favorite childhood artists like the Rolling Stones, Animals, Otis Redding, Dylan and Leon Russell. Then the floodgates started to open. One by one, the songs were born and started to take shape on an old tenor electric guitar she bought for a hundred bucks in Brooklyn. Regine called in a few good friends, all amazing musicians (with credits a mile long), and together they brought these eleven songs to life. The final touch was enlisting some of the horn players from Levon Helm’s Ramble in Woodstock on a few of the tracks, and everything just fell right into place perfectly. “Everyone brought a massive amount of love to this record. We had fun, and it definitely was a family affair” says Regine. The first single, ‘Dial My Number’, a Motown/Soul vibed tune, inspired Regine to combine her photography and editing talents to make a fun lyric video using Barbie and Ken dolls in a retro setting, chock full of old school telephones, bell bottoms and shag carpets.

The Cast of Players:
Dina Regine-vocals, electric and acoustic tenor & 6 string guitars, mandolin, harp, keyboard, & percussion
Tony Scherr –guitar, Tim Luntzel -bass, Jon Cowherd - Hammond B3, Dan Rieser - drums, Shaky Dave - harp, Erik Lawrence - tenor sax, Briggan Krauss - baritone sax, Frank London - trumpet, Michelle Casillas, Toni Ridley, Ricky Byrd, Michael Wildwood, & Nina Tolins - backing vocals

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